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from a bridge. good evening, i'm gwen ifill. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight, we go inside the courtroom at today's sentencing and explore the issues in a case that captured national attention. >> ifill: then, we examine a lawsuit filed by catholic leaders, institutions and schools against the obama administration for mandating birth control coverage for employees. >> brown: from our american graduate series, paul solman reports on a move to keep kids in school by teaching skills both inside and outside the classroom. >> high school dropouts here in bloomington, illinois building low income houses like those very homes behind me. is this the way to get kids back to school and into the work force? >> ifill: judy woodruff assesses the nato summit, as world leaders agree to hand over security in afghanistan by the middle of next year. >> brown: and we remember powerful german baritone dietrich fischer-dieskau. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> this is the at&t network-- a living, breath
. candidate b, is brown who was a candidate for mayor back then. in these charges the assistant treasurer for the gray campaign is charged with using funds from the gray campaign to purchase money orders. count one talked about a $100 money order. count two talked about a $335 money order. count 3 talked about a $100 money order and they say this money was taken from the gray campaign, money orders were purchased and then the money was turned over to candidate b, and we are told that is brown. the most serious charge carries 20 years in prison, obstruction of justice and what prosecutors are charging in this charge is that the assistant treasurer had the intent to impede, obstruct and influence the investigation, that is the one that gets you serious jail time. just quickly, giving you background, j.c., you call brown, a minor candidate for mayor, claims vincent gray and staffers solicited him to continue criticizing the incumbent mayor at the time. he says it was a quid pro quo situation, that he was promised and given campaign support, and he produced some money orders, at that time. we
, mayor ed lee. mayor lee: thank you, and they are brown, and thank you, everybody, for coming. -- thank you, mayor brown, and thank you, everybody, for coming. the years that followed the san francisco earthquake were filled with grandiose plans to rebuild our city. perhaps the best realize is the san francisco memorial -- war memorial and performing arts center. the ground was broken to build the war memorial in honor of san franciscans who had served during world war i. in addition to honoring those veterans, the memorial gave a permanent residence to the opera, the symphony, and eventually, the ballet. the war memorial and performing arts center has great historic significance, including housing, the signing ceremony of our united nations charter in 1945. today, we are making history erosity and support of mr. and mrs. stephen bechtel. with a grant of $1.5 million -- [applause] from there foundation and in honoring charlotte and george shultz, we are that much closer to fulfilling the original vision of the war memorial complex, which was to include a moral right in his courtyard. as
jay von brown was missing. he went missing at 11:00 a.m. sunday. so take a look. it's been a long search for a lot of them. he lives in this apartment complex with his mother, between 13th and 14th. police are staged in the parking lot. that is the last spot where he was seen. he was playing right outside in that parking lot sunday morning. take a close look at the picture of six-year-old jay von brown. when he was last seen, he had on a green t-shirt with a white t-shirt underneath, blue jeans, red and black shoes. his grandmother, tina brown, is pleading for her grandson's safe return. >> i came up here at 9:00. to find him and i have been looking since. i just want him to come home. if anybody have him, if anybody see him, just bring him home. >> reporter: you can imagine what this family is going through. i'm told by other members of the family that jay von lives with his mother and his mother has sole custody of her son. his father is in jail, so there is no other family member who could have taken off with him. they were hoping if you take a close look at the picture, you wi
brown in the front. can we get a round of applause for the president of the commission? we have thjoyce armstrong. right now, i will ask for a round of applause for the housing authorities executive director. >> good morning, everyone. for those of you who do not know me, and henry. when i am running around in our communities, most folks -- i am so excited that you are here today. we have been working on this center for some time. today, we get to give it back to the residents in this community. thank you. absolutely. i think it is stellar. it is awfully exciting. we have a lot of dignitaries here this morning. i am going to get at of the way so we can get the program moving along. i want to introduce the best mayor i have ever worked for. >> good afternoon, everyone. welcome to rosa parks community center. it is my pleasure to join it with our police chief, housing authority commissioners, the great work they are doing with our director to help open up this revitalized community center. this center serves almost 300 come up probably more than 300, low income seniors. this center has be
the money orders that the gray campaign paid to sulaimon brown. who was then running for mayor. >> these charges come out when the mayor and others are in las vegas at a retail convention. it's hard to get to them for reaction, but this is big. it's that obstruction of justice charge that could send him to prison. >> d.c. mayor had insisted from the beginning after winning the election in 2010 that he did nothing wrong. >> first of all, we never authorized any of that. >> federal prosecutors are convinced there was a lot going wrong that unseated mayor, adrian fenty. >> after people engaged in wrong doing, they need to be held accountable. >> suleiman brown had claimed he was promised a job in the gray administration and his campaign had been given money orders to help him stay in the race to criticize the incumbent. brown got the job, but was eventually fired. >> vincent gray's campaign specifically, mayor vincent gray, gave me cash and money orders to maintain my campaign for mayor, cover living expenses, and attack then mayor fenty during the 2010 mayoral race. >> th
a legend in the music world. chuck brown. fans around the world began to hold a vigil in his memory. sam ford has more. >> for four decades, he played his music and it became their music. they came from around the area to the house were to celebrate the life of adc icon -- chuck brown. >> they danced, they reminisced, everybody had a story. >> it is about the celebration of his legacy. >> i am and chuckaholic. >> he made jokes about all the attention. >> i love taking pictures and signing autographs. >> he said he grew up shining shoes on the streets of d.c., it ended up in prison. he invented something called go- go. >> i am so happy. >> in the crowds were a city councilwoman. >> it is something that d.c. can never replace. >> as big as the redskins, chuck brown. >> they are celebrating a life along this part of seven. >> a lot more of the stories we will be looking ahead this week including a sentencing date for the rutgers university spy camera case. >> showers have arrived. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on thing
to criticize the incumbent during public debates. brown got the job, but was fired. >> vincent brown's campaign gave me cash and money orders to maintain my campaign for mayor, cover living expenses. >> criminal information document, thomas w. gore is charged with using candidate a's campaign funds to purchase money orders that were then donated to candidate b.'s campaign. using somebody else's name. sources say candidate a is gray and candidate b is sulaimon brown. there are three money orders totaling $535. one felony charge accuses thomas of trying to obstruct the investigation by destroying the notebook containing records of the payments to brown. >> it's deeply troubling. i know tom gore, and he's a standup guy that has done a lot on behalf of the city and on behalf of children. >> others were surprised by charges, a straight shooter, according to everybody we talked with today. >> we haven't been able to reach thomas gore by telephone. people are stunned by all of this. they say he's a good guy. they helped establish disadvantaged youth. he grew up in foster care. bruce joh
his name is jayvon brown. he was last seen yesterday afternoon in the 1300 block of columbia road in northwest. news4's derek ward joins us live with more on the search. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we want to show you this picture again. we'll have even a better version of that for you again. the key is to get this young man's face out here as much as possible in hopes of finding him very soon. we want to show you the scene earlier this morning. police were out with dogs and remain in this neighborhood now searching. and i can tell you, you can't imagine a family's grief or just worry at not being able to find this young man. family members and friends have been out on their own doing a search. neighbors, family members walking the streets in hopes of finding young jayvon brown. he was last seen in this area of the 1300 block of columbia road at 11:00 yesterday afternoon. his family says it is not like him to go beyond the block. he usually hangs around here and plays with his friends. you can imagine the distress that they're feeling as we hear from young jayvons gra
a text. >> did the relationship change at all when mr. brown became prime minister? because we know mr. brown was much closer to mr. dayko than was mr. blair closer to mr mr. dayko. >> yes, mr. dayko -- i think you'd find he was skeptical about mr. blair in a way that -- well, he was less skeptical about mr. brown. it did -- partly because mr. brown before he became leader had had conversations with mr. decker about heading up an inquiry into the 30-year rule. that in a sense was a done deal as i -- mr. brown became prime minister. but i then took on the operational side of that inquiry. and of course subsequently there were a lot of conversations with mr. decker and senior colleagues in the press about segment 55 of the protection act. >> we'll come to the detail. >> just before you go on, can i go back to a phrase i rather like, expectful acquaintanceship? was that because you or he felt that your respective paths took you into different directions and therefore that was the best way, or was it just that's -- it's just a coincidence and that's how it went and you wouldn't have minded
an allegation that gore obstructed justice by trying to shred financial records and you will remember brown said the gray campaign paid him and offered him a job in exchange for verbally attacking the former mayor fenty. at the same time, brown was making these accusations and prosecutors claim gore shredded a notebook that contained records of pages made to a candidate b. the council member mary chay led an investigation into allegations against the mayor and called brown to testify. in the last half hour, show spoke to us about the latest charges against thomas gore. >> and this is certainly an ominous event because it means that he is interring into a plea with an arrangement to provide information on others and that is meaning this is one shoe dropping and this is bad news, in essence. >> and karen gray houston will have more from the council member's introduce tonight at 10 and mayor gray is in las vegas today on district business. the spokesperson declined comment on this and referred us to the mayor's attorney, bob bennett. bob bennett couldn't comment because the investigation is still u
morning, everybody, so good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. >>> it promises to be another rough day in chicago. the nato summit will wrap up with a vote to give afghanistan command of all combat missions by 20 13. meanwhile, thousands of protesters are expected to take to the streets again today. yesterday demonstrators marched through downtown in one of the city's largest protests in years. dozens were arrested and several officers injured. susan mcginnis with more. >> reporter: good morning. it was quite a weekend in chicago. while world leaders are inside the convention center mapping out a plan for peace in afghanistan, protests outside turned violent. protesters charged police and police fought back. four officers were injured in the clashes and more than 40 demonstrators were arrested. >> if that's what they wanted, to get arrested, then so be it, they can say, i'm proud, i beat up a cop or assaulted a cop. >> reporter: more demonstrations are expected today as nato officials wrap up their meeting in chicago. at the top of nato's agenda during these meetings is the war in afgh
ray hit it. >> reporter: lt. randall brown said a pair of fishermen cast line on one point of the sparrows point pier when the boat crash into the other side. >> the good samaritan who called in on channel 16 happened to be in the area and heard it as it occurred and respond absolutely valiantly to say the least. they immediately called the coast guard and started to render assistance to the people on the boat. >> i have two male patients. one is having a hard time breathing. >> the coast guard deployed it from station curtis bay and arrived within 1 poz of the call before transporting them to a waiting ambulance on the shore. while night fall, cloud cover and rain all may have made it difficult to spot the pier, brown says it appeared on all of the nautical charts and the accident underscored the need for boaters to help protecter that own safety. >> an ounce of preparation will help you tremendously. this is the bang of safe boater week. they're trying to get the message out about preparation. that's really what it's about. knowing where you're going. having a plan and do
, and yes, they will be deep. governor jerry brown asking for more help from state workers to try to help balance the budget. >> the governor is now proposing state workers move to a four day nine and a half hour work week, losing two hours or 5% of their pay per week. he has also taken cell phones from state workers and offered a proposal to roll back health and pension benefits. the proposed cuts come as governor brown pushes a tax increase that will appear on the november ballot. >> and if you want to vote on the tax increases or any other issue for that matter, you need to be registered. today is the final day to be eligible for the june primary. christie smith is live in oakland with more of the impact this year's issues could have on the turnout. christie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jon. tonight is the deadline to register for the primary. the ballot may look different on the state level. locally, things will be pretty much the same, except for certain districts like here in alameda county, school funding is a key issue that voters will have to decide. the state is now
for a missing 6-year-old boy. jav. on n brown was last seen yesterday on clue road near 13th street northwest. this is a picture of him on your korean right now. he was last wearing a green t- shirt, blue jeans and red and black shoes. if you have any information of the whereabouts of javon, please call d.c. police. >>> one of our stop stories this morning, the naacp will speak out about its significant endorsement of same-sex marriage. over the weekend, a civil rights group passed a resolution that said marriage equality deserves protection under the law. the naacp president said civil marriage is a civil right and a matter of civil law. the naacp support of marriage owe quality is deeply rooted in the 14th amendment of the united states constitution and equal protection of all people. >>> a look at the morning's other top stories. the two teenagers charged in friday's shooting outside the rockville metro station will be in court for a bond review today. 16-year-old kevin nguyen and 17- year-old tavares harris are both charged with attempted first degree murder. police believe a 16-year-old
? >> reporter: he is jay von brown, he is six years old and has been missing since yesterday in this general area, the 1300 block of columbia road. police have set up a command post of sorts, they have been scouring the area, talking to his family ever since he went missing and now, they need your help. take a close look at this picture, this is six-year-old six-year-old -- jay von brown. a young black boy, 3'4", weighing 45 to 50 pounds, medium complexion and a slim build. he was last seen in the 1300 block of columbia road wearing a green t-shirt layered on top of a white t-shirt. he had blue jeans and red and black shoes on. anyone with information on the whereabouts of jay von brown are urged to wall police immediately at 202-727-9099 or you can simply dial 911. just looking at that young boy's picture and that sweet smile on his face, you know there are some family members who are very scared and very nervous this early hour, and hoping that police and maybe someone out there will be able to help bring jay von home. the very latest here in columbia heights, back to you. >>> montgomery c
leaders at the nato summit in chicago this is the second day of meetings, karen brown shows as their goal was scored an exit strategy for the war in afghanistan >>> anti-war protesters marched in chicago, to the convention center where were leaders opened the today nato summit president obama says the focus on winding down the war in afghanistan, leaders pledged to shift security responsibility to afghan forces when your earlier than expected the data forces remain through 2014. after meeting with afghan president hamas' karzeid obama @ meds the transition will be challenging. >>> the loss of life continues in afghanistan >>> france's new president pledged to bring his troops home this year but later said that does not affect the mission. >>> we are committed to our operation in afghanistan and see it through to successful end. >>> the war is increasingly unpopular and protesters called for nato to be disbanded >>> they are the machinery for death and destruction all over >>> thousands of officers have been preparing for months to handle security the police superintendent it says the goal
people today neda demonstrators clashed with officers. karen brown reports world leaders are making progress on an exit strategy from afghanistan >>> a line of officers tried to move protesters back as they clashed at the end of an anti- war mad march at the nato summit. police arrested and handcuffed people. the demonstrators marched through the streets of chicago sunday many call for nato to be disbanded >>> we don't need that kind of alliance we have the united nations and other alliances the money for these wars needs to go to people's needs >>> some veterans through their war medals on the ground as they join the protest, for the end of the war in afghanistan >>> thousands of officers were to control the protest outside inside nato allies announced the want to move troops to a support role a year earlier than expected. >>> by 2013 we expect the afghan forces to take the lead for security across the country >>> u.s. forces will have a combat role through 2014 during a meeting with afghan president president obama's said the transition will be challenging >>> at the loss of life
willie brown. >> this evening, we are celebrating our communities from all over the world. i am so lucky to be the mayor of an international city. we talked a lot about diversity, but we also celebrates in so many ways. it is marvelous to hear the names of all these council generals from all around the world. we also have some invaluable participants that represent the city relations. from osaka, singapore, shanghai, taipei, and seoul, korea. they're working with our offices and communities to promote education, trade, allow ourselves to educate ourselves continuously about the need to have a more advanced, smarter immigration policy for our country. and also one that we enjoy celebrating because we get a lot of talent from the other countries, which is why we want to be a gateway to the world. that is why we enjoy the celebration so much. with that, i like to invite former mayor willie brown and also the supervisors, please join us on the stage and be part of the witness and of the signing of the proclamation for this year imposed a celebration of the asian pacific heritage month. and s
reason trying to supplement. officer pat d. brown -- patty brown does so much work. the officer not only needs training and manages three well, but primarily, we still get a lot of work. you have any questions? >> i appreciate it i. would it be reasonable to calendar pursuit and use of force for july? not july 4, because we will be gone. i will be here if you want me to come up but july 18 until july 25. good >> that would be reasonable. >> you know when it might go out? >> i would think if not this week, definitely next week. there are only two signatures needed. >> that is good to hear, and thanks for your work on it. in terms of written directives, are there plans to drive more foculks? perhaps one is being trained. >> unless you want them to come to a station. >> i am just curious. >> i will ask for them, depending on your perspective. did we do not know of anyone on modified leaves. if we get someone who can work at a desk job, i will ask the person, but we do not have anyone available. >> what is generally the average the prefer written directive? >> two. >> thank you. >> we do mos
brown had been missing since midday yesterday. it turns out he was with a neighbor, but now she could face charges. >> it was an alarming 24 hours for the family of jayvon brown. he was last seen in the playground in front of his home sunday morning. he was playing alone and his mother says that she is not sure when he was abducted. today, tears of anguish have turned to tears of joy. police and security surrounded the apartment complex all morning, where the little boy lives with his mother. detectives interviewed relatives as well. surveillance cameras captured images of the boy leaving with the girl known as the woman's -- as the boys nanny. police received a tip and the woman described as having a mohawk for a hairstyle. criminal charges are pending as detectives questioned the woman. >> it is my nephew, and i love him. >> after a short phone conversation she cannot wait to see her nephew again. >> i said, do you know who this is? i said, this is your aunt. you could tell that he was smiling. >> d.c. police do not believe that he was harmed, but they did bring him immediately to c
ranking member shelby, senators menendez, kirk, schumer, and brown. in addition, i want to thank majority leader reid for his determination to get this legislation through the senate. i look forward to working with my colleagues in the house to quickly come together on a final bill that the president can sign soon. it is important that congress acts swiftly so that we can continue to put pressure on the iranian regime to end its illicit and illegal nuclear activity. again, i thank all my colleagues for their support of the iran sanctions bill today. i yield the floor. a senator: madam president? the presiding officer: the senator from new jersey. mr. menendez: madam president, first, let me thank the majority leader for his doggedness in making sure that we could come to an agreement that sends a clear message to iran before the p-5 plus one talks take place this week. his commitment made a difference. and let me thank the chairman of the banking committee, senator johnson, who, in an agenda that is incredibly full with all the challenges that the banking committee is taking up, made sure
's important to accept and i think this goes for david cameron, gordon brown, tony blair. the amount of time and that they have to deal and delegate with the media management issue, it grown because of the way the media has developed. >> and you continue they only have power if politics let them have power, by which of course you mean it is within the gift of politicians to prevent the pressing is power. >> it presupposes they are not going to yield to the obvious influentials and powers that might intrude on their decision making. would you agree with that in. >> i think a lot of this is under margaret thatcher because i think that newspapers were given a sense of power, the numbers that received the knight hoods and the sense that they were almost part of her team. i think it changed under john major and i think when we were in power, i think we maybe did give the media too much of a sense of their own place within the political fervor and we should have changed it more. >> when you're talking about conferment of power, one of the virtues identified is the freedom of press. and the bad rea
brown can be we are going to talk about silicon valley and the bay area innovation to the economy today. as you look at the panel, talking about the silicon valley, we have the mayor of san francisco. it will come into perspective, that when you have a giant like ibm anchor here in the valley, you are seeing in between companies like google and apple and facebook with incredible growth. in san francisco, mayor lee has welcomed to the fold in twitter, zynga, companies that are into cloud computing, hiring lots of people that not only want to live and work in the valley but recognize san francisco as being part of the valley. we are, indeed, fortunate, from san jose to san francisco, to be part of the innovation economy. we are finally seeing once again california's innovation is leading us out of the last three years of recession. i do not know about you but i am pretty tired of the recession. i made a statement several years ago that it was about time for an adjustment to the economy, things were too expensive, overheated. two years after that, i regretted making that comment. it was gr
, karen brown shows us as officers or to control the situation world leaders have sights set on leaving afghanistan. >>> a line of officers tried to move protesters back as they clashed at the end of an anti- war march outside the nato summit. police arrested and handcuffed several people. >>> the demonstrators marched through the streets of chicago sunday many calling for nato to be disbanded >>> we do not need an alliance we have the united nations and other alliances the money for all these wars needs to go to people's needs >>> some veterans through the war medals on the ground as the join the protest calling for an end to the war in afghanistan. as police officers work to control the anti-war protesters inside never allies announced it want to move their troops to a support role a year earlier than expected >>> of the middle of 2013 we expect the afghan forces to take the lead of security and across the country >>> u.s. forces will have a combat role through 2014 during a meeting with afghan president karzeid president obama's said the transition will be challenging >>> the loss of
request for -- by commissioner? >> yes. under the brown act, no conversation normally should be conducted. supervisor mar: that makes me -- that helps me understand which you're referring to. i will follow-up on that. is there anyone else from the public to with like to speak? public comment is closed. i would like to thank the public for speaking on the number of issues and i hope we would have had a larger group of residents. i appreciate the great presentation. thank you to our chief economist and thanks to the office of economic work force development. i this information is critical for everyone from business small and big to labour and neighbor of organizations to understand how critical job development is and how we need to address the barriers to creating more jobs and jobs that allow people who are educated and those who don't have four-year degrees that are stuck in the service sector or the so-called entertainment or creative sector and how jobs and housing are linked and housing, being a huge barrier as well with the costs and san francisco being so out of lack with the rest of
by protesters for the second straight died at the nato summit in chicago karen brown with more. >>> thousands of anti-war protesters marched in the streets of chicago, to the convention center where world leaders open the two day nato summit president obama says the focus on winding down the war in afghanistan leaders pledged to shift security responsibility to afghan forces a year earlier than expected but that forces will remain through 2014. after meeting with afghan president hamas' karzeid obama it makes the transition will be challenging >>> the loss of life continues in afghanistan there will be hard days ahead >>> france's new president pledged to bring his troops on this year but leaders say that does not affect the mission >>> there is a rush for the exits we are committed to our operation in afghanistan and see it through >>> the war increasingly unpopular with protesters calling for nato to be disbanded >>> they are the machinery for death and destruction >>> thousands of officers preparing for months to handle security for the summit. their goal is to facilitate peaceful protest
brown reports that the president and leaders from other nations are finalizing plans to end the war in afghanistan. >> the president met with world leaders on the final day of the nato summit. leaders are approving a timetable to end the war in afghanistan. nato forces will be pulled out of that country by the end of 2014. >> the region of the world had a profound interest in afghanistan that is stable. >> outside of the conference protesters are demanding that the war ends now. >> we're here because we've had enough of the war machine and we're tired of paying for it. >> demonstrators have been peaceful for the most part. but on sunday, a group of protesters clashed with police. leading to dozens of arrests. the police may outnumber the protesters today, and yet many of the downtown businesses were shut down again in anticipation of the protest. which centers around bowing. the aerospace giant told their employees to stay home. the war in afghanistan had become very unpopular. two out of three americans oppose the war and the numbers are higher in other nato countries. france's new
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-year-old boy. jayvon brown was last seen yesterday in the 1300 block of columbia road nw washington. he was wearing a green t-shirt at the time with a white t- shirt and predict t-shirt underneath, blue jeans, and red and black shoes. if you have a information about his whereabouts, call police. >> following a developing story from prince george's county. a police officer accused of driving drunk in his cruiser and crashing on the weekend. john gonzalez is live at police headquarters with more on this arrest. good morning. >> good morning. from hero to criminal, this off- duty police officer crashed is marked vehicle this weekend in an area that he has patrolled several years, on the wrong side of an arrest he has probably made hundreds of times. it was three months ago when officer daniel gonzalez received the valor award for his part in rescuing the elderly and disabled residents of at the spellman house in college park during a fire. >> they were knocking door to door getting people out especially the ones in wheelchairs'. it was very scary. >> a stark contrast wine is being mentione
in northwest yesterday. jayvon brown was seen in the 1300 mr. speaker block of colum. derek ward with more. >> reporter: we're here at the 1300 block of columbia road. police are hoping to find this young man. a family desperately wants to see this smiling face back in their home today and hope you can help. earlier police were out with a search dog, and they were scouring the neighborhood in the hopes of finding this young man. he was last seen in this area yesterday. we have a description. we want to show you that he is 3'4" tall, weighs between 45 and 50 pounds. he has brown eyes, black hair, and a medium complexion with a slim build. he was last seen wearing a green t-shirt with a white t-shirt underneath. blue jeans, and red and black shoes. the police aren't releasing a lot of information about the circumstances around his disappearance, but the concentration is on finding him. they're asking anyone with information about little jayvon brown call 202-727-9099 or the youth investigations division or branch at 202-576-6768. we'll have more information on this search as it becomes avail
. that is weird. weird. today, president obama chicago campaign headquarters is there. and steve brown is following this streaming like in chicago. maybe the video did not have sound because it sounded quiet as a church mouse. what is up, steve? >>guest: well, they have been raucous, a smaller group than yesterday, winding down state and madison toward the nato meetings. and, now, the two white chicago police trucks over there, that is essentially where a group of something between 200 and 300 folks have walked through the streets today making their votes heard and they made multiple stops and this is the latest, the brew -- this building, upstairs is the obama election campaign. they want to bring a message of nato military spending and whether or not united states should be involved in various military campaigns. they think it is inappropriate to do so and they are making their voices heard. now, the announced target was the boeing headquarters which is about 12 blocks west of where we are standing right new. they did stop there after starting the march on the west side union park an
prosecutors refer to as candidate b or campaign b. >> reporter: want my name cleared. >> reporter: brown, a former mayoral candidate, long claimed he was handed cash and money orders, even promised a job from gray's campaign. he said he was offered the things in exchange for verbally attacking the former mayor fenty during debates. brown got a job when gray won. when he was fired, he started telling his story to the media. turns out about the same time in march of 2011, prosecutors say that thomas gore knowingly destroyed a spiral notebook containing a record of payments to candidate b. >> and how were you paid? >> the i shall initial payment in cash. >> an envelope with money? >> a white envelope. yes. >> reporter: during the same time, mayor gray repeatedly denied wrong doing and called a special weekend press conference following brown's initial allegations. >> i can't imagine engaging in such reprehensible behavior, and i know nothing about anyone in my campaign who did that. >> reporter: meanwhile, this is a picture of mayor gray in las vegas monday, trying to drum up business for t
the weekend with highlights that included bobbi kristina brown accepting the millennium award on behalf of her mother, whitney houston. >> i'm just blessed to have been in such an incredible woman's life. there will never be another one. ever. >> and i thank you. all of you. fans, everyone. thank you. >> this is bobbi kristina's first major public appearance since her mother's sudden passing in february. >>> and longtime "saturday night live" cast member kristen wiig seemed to be fighting back tears when she got a musical send-off this weekend from host mick jagger and her fellow cast members during the season finale of "snl." ♪ ♪ when you change every new day i'm gonna miss you ♪ >> wiig has been withson for seven years. it is now 9:05. let's go back to al with a check of the weather. >> thanks so much, savannah. take a look, show you what we've got going on. besides the rain here in the northeast we do have tropical storm alberto. doesn't look like it's going to be much of a problem. it's got 40-mile-per-hour winds, moving southbound. it will be scooting off the southeastern atlantic c
. it began in march, 2011, with allegations by former minor candidate suleman brown, that he was paid by gray operatives to attack then mayor adrian finty on the campaign trail in 2010. now in the first public action the u.s. attorney's office is charging the gray assistant treasurer thomas gore for making three straw donations and using fake names on the donations. say the candidate who got the fake donations was suleman brown. more seriously u.s. attorney ronald machen is charging gore with destruction of evidence including a spiral notebook. thomas gore who has indicated he plans to plead guilty to the criminal information papers, faces up to 20 years on the destruction of evidence felony. attorneys say that could give him an incentive to disclose other campaign informing for leniency. neither gray who is traveling on city business in las vegas nor his attorney robert bennett commented monday on the federal charges. thomas gore -- neither he nor his attorney fred cook could be reached for comment. thomas gore is expected to appear in federal court tomorrow. jim? >>> marion barry remains ho
need it. i looked at my yard and i'm like, she is right, it's looking brown. >>> as we go throughout the week, thunderstorms popping up as well. heavier rain cell pushing in to harford, the border, cecil, over i-95, you are getting rain, that will continue this morning and slide out off and on showers throughout the day, the cup pri. we have visibility issues and loren touched on that. we have three miles of reduced visibility in easton, 5 in dc. winchester, more foggy conditions across the area. take it slow on the roadways. >>> california investigators want to know what caused a pellet yard fire. it started near los angeles. plumes of smoke could be seen shooting from the area. it spread to a tire company. a massive inferno, no word on the cause. no report of injuries. >>> wild fires in arizona and colorado. officials declared states of emergency in both states, scientthat hot temperatures are forecast for the summer and could mean outbreaks could be on the way. >>> adams county correctional facility in mississippi became a battleground sunday when authorities say inmates tried ta
to do it so be it. >> prosecutors alleged board paid brown more than $500. >> after eight years on the u.s. nuclear tory commission, his resignation will be effective upon confirmation of his successor. he reportedly had conflict with members and staffers and said his -- the time was right for him to grow. -- to go. >> facebook stock made an about- face on its second full day of trading. the stock plunged nearly 11%. the initial public offering debuted at $38 a share last friday. closings likely yippee. -- up. still ahead, a special commencement night for a town dealing with disaster. we will tell you about the presidential visit. >> a rainy day to start the week. doug will tell us when the weather will move out. >> the redskins were back on the field. a scary moment for mike shanahan. i will have reaction next in >> we continue with wellcome is from the gas station. >> the national average for a gallon of gas is $3.69, down a few pennies from last week. d.c. maryland, and virginia are all saying falling prices. some stations with prices at $3.60 a gallon. -- $3.60 a gallon. >> airlines
. brown and mr. blair which you continued to deny as an invention of the press? >> i don't think -- i never denied them as an invention of the press but i may have dealt with them in the way that i felt would best benefit the government. you have to remember i wasn't the press's representative on downey street. i was the prime minister's spokesman. and as we talked earlier about the -- if you've got a roomful of journalists briefed by other people somewhere in the system, there's this problem and i'd be stupid if i sat there and said there wasn't a problem. wlald do is say we're going to focus on the budget, we're going to focus on welfare reform whatever. it wasn't that i was denying, but i would choose my words very carefully in how i dealt with it. >> paragraph 128 now, page 00797, at the very bottom of the page, you refer to the remarkable shift of opinion made by some of the murdoch titles on the issue of scott shch nationalism and independence, in particular the movement of the scottish son. the times made plif salmon man of the year. you're not suggesting some sort of cause or
cameron took up by the time tony blair and gordon brown left off. ignoring what happened after may 2010, would you agree with mandelson's view, we simply chose to be coward? >> i agree with it to some extent. i mean, he said there were no -- there was no issue of principle or priority. i think there were issues of principle and priority which i referred to a moment ago. but i do accept that part of the thinking of the prime minister and some of his colleagues was that to take on the whole of the press at the time when most of the public thought we got a pretty good deal was politically not very sensible. >> it might have been difficult to have approached this on a cross-party basis at any time between 1997 and certainly 201. unless you were to identify a short window of opportunity which opened after the tragic death of princess diana. is that right? >> i think it would have been impossible to get a cross-party agreement on slide. >> what about that short window of opportunity? >> i'm not sure there really was one. i think that the -- i think interestingly, from chris mullins' diaries
in march, 2011, with allegations by former minor candidate sewell mon brown that he was paid by gray operatives to attack then mayor finty on the campaign trail in 2010. now in the first public action the u.s. attorney's office is charging that gray assistant treasurer thomas gore made at least three straw donations to an unnamed candidate for mayor and used fake names on the donations. sources say the candidate who got the fake donations was suleman brown. more seriously u.s. attorney ronald machen is charging gore with destruction of evidence including a spiral notebook. thomas gore, who has indicated he plans to plead guilty to the criminal information papers, faces up to 20 years on the destruction of evidence felony. attorneys say that could give him an incentive to disclose other campaign information for leniency. neither gray who is traveling on city business in las vegas nor his attorney robert bennett commented monday on the federal charges. thomas gore is 56, a veteran of city campaigns and community service work in southeast washington. neither he nor his attorney fred coo
. he has the stride of a champion. >> i'll have another going for the triple crown. big brown won the derby and preakness. and the last time the drawn was won that was 1978 and that was affirmed. >> this morning, how you can turn your friends into enemies using innocent pictures. >> this will help students understand how lawmakers work. it is 18 years since we have seen anything like this. >> it is just ahead. . >> all right. so we have rainfall, winds, tropical storm. it is all out there. what we have. coming up. . >> starting to pick up here in the westside of the valley. we have an accident on i-95. all the details are coming up in the time saver 2 traffic report. you are watching good morning maryland. >>> apple tech bytes. they are in san francisco today for court ordered talks for the lawsuits. they think the meeting is unlikely to resolve anything. >> it as orthodox jewish men fielding. but to hear about the dangers of the internet. they said they use it. and the issue is keeping it understand control. >> they filed mario tennis open puts the nintendo characters on the game
'll continue paying for the mission. karen brown, wjz eyewitness news. >> and france has pulled troops out of afghanistan. >>> the man convicted in the bombing has died. he received a life sentence for the bombing that killed 270 people. his release in 2009 sparked outrage across the world. libyan foreign ministry spokesman says the 61 year old will be buried tomorrow. >>> baltimore city police are releasing the identity of a man. he was killed after reaching for an officer's gun during a struggle. an officer hurt in the struggle is recovering from injuries. >>> maryland's highest court rules that pit bulls are dangerous. tonight gee gee reports some pit bull owners says there's another side of the breed that's rarely seen. >> reporter: this is how a well behave pit bull really acts. it's what maryland breed owners really want to world to know. pit bulls and pit bull mixes are inheritly dangerous. >> it's discrimination against the breed and that's not intelligent. i think facts should be apparent before a decision like that is made. >> reporter: so pet owners put their pit bulls on parade
derks what do you make of this op-ed? what do you think? >> i think campbell brown has it right. i'm so sick of this rhetoric about women having a seat at the table and being there and you can do it. president obama saying you are smarter than we are. if you have to say it it sounds like you don't think it. as far as a seat at the table why do we own the buildings that table is in. this is just wrong. we are americans. what women want is jobs and a strong economy and a strong country. we don't want to be talked to like we are second class citizens. it's not right and that's where he has gone. campbell brown hit the nail on the head big time. shannon: campbell brown makes reference to this life of julia character that talks about how the government impacts a woman's life from childcare through her life. do you think that was a good strategy? campbell brown calls it silly and embarrassing. >> i think what they are speaking to are concerns everyone has when politicians are speaking. i'm always reticent when it's campaign season. we are seeing democrats and republicans campaigning hard for
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